Amendment C219wynd to the Wyndham Planning Scheme
The Quandong Precinct Structure Plan was approved by the Minister for Planning and gazetted on 3 September 2020 under Amendment C219wynd to the Wyndham Planning Scheme.
To view a copy of the final amendment documentation, including the Quandong Precinct Structure Plan, refer to:
- Quandong Precinct Structure Plan – November 2018 (Approved and Gazetted) on the City of Wyndham website
- Amendment C219wynd
About the Precinct Structure Plan
The Quandong Precinct Structure Plan was prepared by Wyndham City Council in consultation with the Victorian Planning Authority (VPA).
The Quandong precinct will be a unique residential precinct distinguished by its rich biodiversity and cultural heritage. The large grassland conservation reserve and waterway corridor will preserve a sense of open landscape, whilst canopy trees in residential areas will provide greenery and shade in summer. As an environmental and recreation spine, the waterway corridor will link residents to the conservation reserve and passive and active open space, both within the precinct and beyond.
The precinct will support the housing needs of the Wyndham community by providing a variety of housing options.
Interactive map of Quandong Precinct Structure Plan
Public Access to Spatial Data
The Victorian Planning Authority (VPA) makes spatial data for gazetted plans available through the use of an online ‘Open Data’ portal. Spatial Data available for this precinct is provided for reference only and holds no official status. Please see our Open Data page for a detailed description of the data and links to download.
The Victorian Planning Authority (VPA) a Victorian Government statutory authority that plans for urban growth across Victoria. We report to the Minister for Planning.
The VPA’s main task is to make sure Melbourne and Victoria’s regions remain great places to live and work. This requires vision and long-term planning to ensure our growing population has equitable access to employment, public transport, attractive public spaces and affordable housing.
We do this by working closely with councils, government agencies and the planning and development community on integrated land use and infrastructure coordination for new communities and strategically important precincts.
The new suburb will be located 9km from Werribee, which is identified in Plan Melbourne 2017 – 2050 as a national employment and innovation cluster (NEIC).
You can read more about the plans for Werribee here
The precinct is approximately 3.5km from Wyndham Vale train station and will be serviced by local bus services.